Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss the Astros' AL wild card win and preview the NL wild card matchup with Buster Olney and Jayson Stark. Plus, Kirk Herbstreit and Ronda Rousey join the show.
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Dallas Keuchel excels on short rest
Keuchel's six shutout innings against the Yankees on Tuesday is the first time a starter has thrown a scoreless postseason start on three-days rest since Josh Beckett in 2003.
Dallas Keuchel got the better of Alex Rodriguez in a sixth-inning showdown, and Houston is going on to the American League Division Series.
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss the Astros' AL wild card victory over the Yankees with ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney and play "Love It Or Shove It" with Bubba.
Grantland: Dallas owned NYC for a night
Ben Lindbergh writes that Joe Girardi doesn’t deserve any blame for Tuesday’s shutout loss. No managerial move could’ve altered the outcome. Dallas Keuchel was that good
Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian discuss Dallas Keuchel's dazzling performance against the Yankees and look ahead to Wednesday night's NL Wild Card showdown in Pittsburgh.
Colby Rasmus is celebrating accordingly
The LF hit his first postseason home run, he's covered in champagne and the Astros are headed to the ALDS. Looks like a good night.
Grantland: Houston, You Have a Wild Card: Dallas Keuchel and the Upstart Astros Blank the Aging Yankees
In numerous respects both big and small, Tuesday's AL wild-card matchup looked like it would be tilted in New York's favor. In reality, it proved to be an unsolvable mismatch between the Astros' ace and the Yankees' old, lefty-heavy lineup.
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney covers the Astros' victory over the Yankees in the AL wild-card game, including a questionable strike zone, Dallas Keuchel's dominance and the end of a surprising season for Alex Rodriguez.
The Houston Astros beat the New York Yankees in a sudden-death AL wild-card game on Tuesday and advance to play the Kansas City Royals.
Dallas Keuchel continued his mastery of the Yankees with the help of a nifty slider. That and aggressive hitting were the keys to the Astros' win.
The Houston Astros used their winning formula of Dallas Keuchel and home runs to beat the New York Yankees. Here's our nightly playoff Top 5.
Astros P Dallas Keuchel tells Buster Olney about Houston's win over the Yankees in the AL wild-card game, getting the win in an elimination game and more.
The Yankees have not led in a playoff game since Derek Jeter agonizingly broke his ankle three years ago.
Gordon Edes ESPN Staff Writer
This is starting to become a habit for the Astros.
Dallas Keuchel pitched three-hit ball for six baffling innings, Colby Rasmus and Carlos Gomez each homered, and the Houston Astros beat the New York Yankees 3-0 on Tuesday night.